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Threat factors drive up cities' resilience spending

Threat factors drive up cities' resilience spending

City governments around the world are becoming more aware of making sure their cities can withstand or recover quickly from unpredictable events and disasters.

Mapillary reaches milestone with US DOTs

Mapillary reaches milestone with US DOTs

Utah, Florida, Arizona, Connecticut and Vermont have all uploaded complete photologs of their road networks on to the street-level imagery platform.

EU publishes ethical AI guidelines

EU publishes ethical AI guidelines

The European Commission is launching a pilot phase to ensure its guidelines can be implemented and aims to build an international consensus for human-centric AI.

Sydney university launches integrated smart city trial and hybrid energy storage research

Sydney university launches integrated smart city trial and hybrid energy storage research

UNSW is collaborating with the city council to build the IT systems that will monitor and control the data that flows through a range of smart services.

Consumers willing to dump apps that collect personal data

Consumers willing to dump apps that collect personal data

While distrustful of third parties who capitalise on the use of private data, consumers believe advanced technologies such as AI could help to cure the data privacy problem.

Japan Airlines pilots AI airport service

Japan Airlines pilots AI airport service

The airline is working with Accenture to implement a new service that uses artificial intelligence to answer passenger requests at check-in counters